WEB Hiring a Programmer

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  1. cd'a

    cd'a New Member

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    I have a project I was left in charge of and I'm in a little over my head. :wtc: We need a sales form made for our biz that is similiar to THIS.

    We're attempting to hire a programming company and I was instructed to give them a downpayment but not to pay in full as they haven't been very good yet so far to communicate with and of course they're from India.

    I am suppose to talk to them in an a hour or two and if they demand payment in full I will just fire them. But then the question is where do I go from there? Try elance again?

    How much work is this going to be for someone? Anyone here interested in bidding the job?

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.
     
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    vonoventwin New Member

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    What do you need done exactly? Just build that same kind of website with a built in order form?
     
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    ez4me2c3d Cold Member

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    If you already have the backend payment system in place, I can build you a pretty nice order form with field validation, error checking, and crossbrowser supported CSS and Javascript.

    bid: $300 (pending actual requirements)
     
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    Thanks guys...I was able to light a fire under this indian companies ass so they'll get moving. It's because I'm not very clear in explaining what I want but this is a pretty complex project. They're estimating about 90hrs. All back end stuff needs to be created as well and it has to integrate with my CRM.
     

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